Interesting places in Pyin Oo LwinPlaces of interest in Pyin Oo Lwin
Activities around Pyin Oo Lwin Myanmar Burma
It is advisable to rent a vehicle with other passengers to cover the costs if you are travelling by cab. This is a pleasant and comfortable way to move around the city. You can rent motorcycles in several places in the city. Well, most places are pretty overpriced.
Pyin Oo Lwin's ride will take about 2 hrs. by motorcycle. The Pwe Kauk Falls (pronounced "Perwe Kawk"), a small pictorial cascade near Pyin U Lwin. It' s much less dramatically than the Anisa kangaroo Falls, but also much more open. A 20-minute ride by bicycle from the center of Pyin U Lwin.
There is a cascade in the immediate vicinity of the car park (only 1 min walk). It is 20 minutes by car from the city. You can see the cascade on this card..... It is a wonderful pond only 20-30 minutes walking distance from the center of Pyin Oo Lwin. Coming back to the city you will receive a relaxed massages in the Beauty Center and Spa.
They' re about 4 km just off Pyin Oo Lwin. There were 2-4 group that could common a animal and a car to the garden of the municipality for around 7,000Ks (around 6$ or £4). Pyin Oo Lwin's neighbourhood streets are one of the best places to get in touch with and dive into it.
Pyin Oo Lwin Beauty Center and Spa is a great place for a relaxed massages. Pyin Oo Lwin Beauty Center and Spa is a 10-15 minutes walking distance from the city center towards the sea. Have a cup of coffe! Visit an absolute charming café in Ziwaka road named Barista Kim.
These coffees and sweets are amazingly good and laughably inexpensive for what you get. Please be aware that this coffeeshop is not attached to other cards wrong. From 2016 this beautiful coffeeshop will be properly attached to this card: Don't miss the awesome Myanmar experience, take a look at our TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN MYANMAR and SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE it with anyone you know who's heading there.....
New to Myanmar? Burma is undergoing rapid change, so current blogging (like this, ahem!) will be a great one. However, if this is your first visit to Myanmar, you will probably want to take a tour book with you.